miler


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mil·er

 (mī′lər)
n. Sports
One that competes in races one mile long.

miler

(ˈmaɪlə)
n
(General Sporting Terms) an athlete, horse, etc, that runs or specializes in races of one mile

mil•er

(ˈmaɪ lər)

n.
1. a participant in a one-mile race.
2. an athlete who specializes in one-mile races.
3. a racehorse that can compete well in a one-mile race.
[1890–95]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.miler - (used only in combinations) the length of something in miles; "the race was a 30-miler"
combining form - a bound form used only in compounds; "`hemato-' is a combining form in words like `hematology'"
linear measure, linear unit - a unit of measurement of length
2.miler - a runner in a one-mile racemiler - a runner in a one-mile race    
four-minute man - someone who has run the mile in less that 4 minutes
runner - a trained athlete who competes in foot races
Translations

miler

[ˈmaɪləʳ] Ncorredor(a) m/f (etc que se especializa en las pruebas de una milla)

miler

n1500-Meter-Läufer(in) m(f)
References in classic literature ?
But the master himself was an old Oxford miler, who could still bear it better than I; nay, as I flagged and stumbled, I heard him pounding steadily behind.
The RUN AMUCK 4 Miler at Marine Corps Base Quantico (VA) used to be only open to the Marines, sailors and Government personnel assigned to the base in Quantico Virginia.
Roger Bannister, the world's first sub-four-minute miler. Bannister awoke an inner voice that has driven Nequin to succeed throughout his life and he started running harder, longer, and better.
CRACK miler Araafa died yesterday, not long after arriving at Woodlands Stud in County Galway from Plantation Stud in Newmarket, where he had spent the first five years of his stallion career.
MILER t-shirts will be available to groups to resell as part of fundraisers.
This past May we honored the greats in miler history.
Trained by Freddy Head, Tamayuz was unbeaten on both starts as a juvenile, however it was a year later that he confirmed himself as a top miler with a runaway success in the Prix Jacques le Marois, leaving subsequent 1,000 Guineas winner Natagora back in second.
American Running and its professional division, the American Medical Athletic Association (AMAA) are privileged to salute some of the greatest miler pioneers in world history.
headwind will cause a 10:00 miler to lose 60 to 90 seconds per mile, and an 8:00 miler to lose 45 to 60 seconds per mile.
Globetrotter Presvis excels over 1m1f to 1m2f and now, in Tin Horse, the son of Bahri has a Classic-winning miler.